Two doctors who Maryland authorities say botched an abortion last year in Elkton have been indicted on murder charges — in what appears to be the first use of the state's fetal homicide law involving a medical professional performing surgery.
Among other things, they are charged with aborting late term fetus' that could have survived outside the womb (viable).
What about the women?
If this is murder, then what about when an fatal accident occurs that kills the fetus at this stage?
What about lawsuits on behalf of the fetus' well-being at this stage?
While I personally advocate giving life to all pregnancies, politically I'm 100% pro-choice because the abortion laws can't be enforced in a free society.